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Excerpt from Department of Agriculture of the State of Virginia: Annual Report for the Year 1905
H on. G. W. Koiner, Commissioner of Agriculture and Immigration.
Sir, - Since making my last report to you everything in this division has progressed smoothly, although it has been very much crowded with work, more so than ever before. On June lst, Mr. H. H. Hurt, the First Assistant Chemist, resigned to accept a position with the Bureau of Chemistry of the United States Department of Agriculture. Dr. C. M. Bradbury, the Second Assistant, was made First Assistant, and Mr. J. B. Robb, of Caroline county, was appointed Second Assistant. Mr. Robb has the degree of Bachelor of Science of the Agricultural College, Maryland, and the degree of Master of Science of Columbian University, and he was First Assistant to the State Chemist of Maryland.
For two months during the summer Mr. P. L. Conquest, Jr who had taken a two-year course in chemistry at the University of Virginia, worked in the laboratory simply for the practical experience to be gained. He rendered valuable assistance, and aided materially in finishing up the large amount of work on hand at that time.
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